Anti-fascists exposing The Base neo-Nazis

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Nathan Guerrette is The Base’s “Elksworth”: A Montreal, Canada Based Neo-Nazi

A network of anti-fascist activists from coast to coast have obtained the chat logs of a neo-Nazi organization calling itself “The Base.” Anti-fascists infiltrated the Base in order to investigate and identify its members and disseminate this information to the public. In an ongoing series of articles, the coordinating anti-fascist network will publish revealing information about this group and profile its members. You can follow all these articles by following the hashtag #DeBasedDoxx. Anti-fascism is fundamentally a localized movement of working-class peoples. We are not paid for our work and we take great risks every day: not for fame or money, but to protect our communities. Email the network at DeBasedDoxx@protonmail.com with your tips or inquiries.     “Antisemitism should be common sense, as they stand for everything Fascism opposes. If you claim to stand with kikes, you’re not a Fascist.” – Nathan Gurrette, neo-Nazi   Nathan Guerrette is a twenty-year-old Montreal, Canada resident and participant in The Base chat. Using the username “Elksworth,” Nathan communicated with a wide array of white supremacists who shared guides to terrorism and planned violence together. Until recently, he lived in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada, where he attended Bishop’s University. He recently obtained a Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) certificate, which allows him to teach English abroad. He was employed at Bishop’s University, but recently moved to Montreal following financial troubles and struggles with his poor French language skills. It seems as if Nathan Guerrette is currently employed with Sunlife, an insurance company, and may be providing customer support for their customers. Nathan, who claims to have Finnish heritage, is a dual USA-Canadian citizen, originally from the outskirts of Boston, MA (with family from northern Maine) and moved to Canada for affordable education. He claims to be set to inherit a large...

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Meet Spencer Lee Corbin, aka “Stephen Landser,” member of The Base and Producer for Billy Roper, Shieldwall Network

A network of anti-fascist activists from coast to coast have obtained the chat logs of a neo-Nazi organization calling itself “The Base.” Anti-fascists infiltrated the Base in order to investigate and identify its members and disseminate this information to the public. In an ongoing series of articles, the coordinating anti-fascist network will publish revealing information about this group and profile its members. You can follow all of these articles by following the hashtag #DeBasedDoxx. Anti-fascism is fundamentally a localized movement of working-class peoples. We are not paid for our work and we take great risks every day: not for fame or money, but to protect our communities. Email the network at DeBasedDoxx@protonmail.com with your tips or inquiries.   The Base member “Landser14” is committed to the cause of white nationalism. In The Base chats, shortly after Robert Bowers’ October 2018 attack on a synagogue in Pennsylvania, one member left when others pressed for a real-life meetup. Landser14 responded by saying, “If you leave because you’re afraid of the federal consequences of bowers actions, you are no comrade of mine – period end.” In the hours after Bowers’ attack, Landser14 relishes the violence, saying, “I wonder if this will fall off the map like other, larger shootings (las vegas for example) or because its yids they will keep this going” and “I wonder if islamists like it when our guys pop off as much as we like it when they do.” He also hints at having some association with Bowers. When Norman Spear, The Base’s leader, asks if anyone knew Bowers, Landser14 says, “Many do, he was active on Twitter and Gab…. as far as I know he didn’t post anything about violence even in DMs, so if he followed you, or you talked to him, don’t get too worried.”...

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Neo-Nazi Raymond Hudgins Plans to “Reclaim Homelands by Force”

A network of anti-fascist activists from coast to coast have obtained the chat logs of a neo-Nazi organization calling itself “The Base.” Anti-fascists infiltrated the Base in order to investigate and identify its members and disseminate this information to the public. In an ongoing series of articles, the coordinating anti-fascist network will publish revealing information about this group and profile its members. You can follow all of these articles by following the hashtag #DeBasedDoxx. Anti-fascism is fundamentally a localized movement of working-class peoples. We are not paid for our work and we take great risks every day: not for fame or money, but to protect our communities. Email the network at DeBasedDoxx@protonmail.com with your tips or inquiries. 38-year-old Raymond McKinley Hudgins, a retired Marine who claims to work as a contractor, lives in Roseville, Michigan, with his wife, Virginia Beth, 32. They reside in a three-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom home on Normal Street. But Hudgins is anything but normal. He’s a member of The Base, a white nationalist paramilitary organization hoping to balkanize the United States and divide it up into a series of white ethnostates. Their leader, Norman Spear, is a white separatist and national socialist. He claims to be ex-military, deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan. His immediate goal is to build communal training grounds across the world. To this effect, he has purchased a plot of land in the Pacific Northwest, and plans to start training members in January. From there, they will train in the paramilitary and survival skills needed to commit acts of mass violence and elude authorities in rural areas. As Spear tells his followers in the chats, “For now we need non-attributable actions but that will still send a message and/or add to acceleration as much as possible.” This tactic has some precendent. Following the...

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